Brussels Central Station reopens after explosion
ABC News' Mikey Kay shares the latest information about Tuesday's explosion at a train station in Brussels.
Brussels attacker identified as 36-year-old Moroccan unknown to authorities as terror suspect
The man who was shot dead at a Brussels train station Tuesday after attempting to explode a suitcase of nails and gas canisters was not known to authorities as a terror suspect, a Belgian prosecutor said today. The would-be attacker -- identified by the initials "O.Z." -- was of Moroccan origin,
Security high in Brussels after train station attack
A suspect was shot but no one else was injured in the train station explosion that is being considered a terror attack, according to the Belgian federal prosecutor's office.
Explosions and gunfire at train station in Brussels
The suspected Brussels train station attacker is dead; this is Europe's 3rd terror attack in just three days.
Explosion at Brussels train station considered terrorist attack: Belgian federal prosecutor
An explosion at a train station in Brussels, Belgium, today, that prompted the station to be evacuated but left no victims injured, is considered a terrorist attack, according to the Belgian federal prosecutor's office. One suspect was shot by the military after the explosion at Brussels Central
Explosion at Brussels train station, suspect shot
A train station in Brussels, Belgium, was evacuated today after an explosion, a senior Belgian law enforcement official told ABC News.
What to know about NATO as Trump meets alliance leaders in Brussels
President Donald Trump will attend a NATO meeting in Brussels on Thursday with heads of state from all twenty-nine members, despite his past criticism of the alliance. On the campaign trail and as president-elect, Trump repeatedly called NATO "obsolete," raising doubts about whether the United
Spain arrests 9 suspected members of jihadi group in probe of Brussels attacks
Nine suspected members of a jihadi group were arrested in raids today in Spain, most of whom are alleged to have a direct connection to people suspected of carrying out attacks in Brussels in 2016 that killed 32 people and wounded 300 others, according to police. All nine are Moroccan citizens
Brussels residents remember victims of 'inconceivable' terror attacks a year later with silence and tributes
A year after three Islamic State suicide bombers attacked the Brussels airport and a metro station, the city today observed a moment of silence to remember the victims, in addition to unveiling powerful tributes. One such tribute, a sculpture titled "Wounded but Still Standing in Front of the
Brussels residents remember victims of 'inconceivable' terror attacks a year after with silence and tributes
One such tribute, a sculpture titled "Wounded but Still Standing in Front of the Inconceivable," was built from two 66-foot-long horizontal surfaces that stretch into the air.